StoryCorps 441: Right Place, Right Time09/28/15
Three stories about being in the right place at the right time, and making the most of it.
StoryCorps 440: On The Other Side of Death
StoryCorps and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum are recording one interview for each person lost on 9/11/2001. In this episode, you'll hear from family and friends remembering their loved ones, including the first official victim of the...
StoryCorps 439: Space Men
Stories about people who all have their eyes on the stars, from a street-corner astronomer to an astronaut.
StoryCorps 438: The Wind and The Rain
On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall on New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. A decade later, we revisit recordings made in our mobile recording booths, shortly after the storm, as well as a story about rebuilding in the Lower Ninth Ward.
StoryCorps 437: Lasting Impression
In this episode, we'll hear stories about the things that stick, for better and for worse, and leave behind an impression that you can't shake.
StoryCorps 436: Great Escapes
Stories about escaping — or trying to escape — from bad situations, dangerous encounters, teachers, parents and more.
Retired Marine Corps Major Donnie Dunagan served 25 years, including two tours in Vietnam. But during his entire military career there was one thing he didn't want his comrades to discover — as a child he had been the voice of Bambi in the 1942 Disney...
StoryCorps 434: Listen Closely
It's been 25 years since the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law. So, we dug into the StoryCorps archive to bring you stories that celebrate just a few of the millions of people who gained civil rights from this landmark...
StoryCorps EXTRA: Traffic Stop
Alex Landau, an African American man, was raised by his adoptive white parents to believe that skin color didn't matter. But when Alex was pulled over by Denver police officers one night in 2009, he lost his belief in a colorblind world — and nearly...
StoryCorps 433: Coney Island Baby
In this episode, stories about one of the weirdest, most wonderful places in New York: Coney Island. You'll meet a woman who spent the first six months of her life on display at a Coney Island sideshow, and the woman who lived under the Thunderbolt...
StoryCorps 432: Coming Out Strong
June is Pride Month all across the country, and on this week's episode, we share a couple of stories about growing up gay in rural America. You'll hear two very different experiences recorded as part of our LGBTQ initiative, OutLoud. We'll also check...
StoryCorps 431: Sounds Like a Dad to Me
In this Father's Day episode, we'll hear a 9-year-old conducting an interview with his dad, a father and son remembering the giant of a man who came before them, and a dad recalling how he fell into his role in an unexpected way.
StoryCorps 430: Finding Home
Marine Cpl. Zach Skiles served in Iraq at the start of the U.S. invasion in 2003. When he came back, he couldn't hold a job and ended up homeless. In this episode, Zach and his dad, Scott, talk about his return home for the first time. We also hear...
StoryCorps 429: A Decade on the Road
This week marks the 10th anniversary of the launch of StoryCorps' national mobile tour. Hear five stories recorded during our first year on the road. Listen for a Sunday school teacher from Florida, a criminal who couldn't stay away from Mississippi,...
StoryCorps 428: Your Father's Smile
In this Memorial Day episode, we'll hear from a daughter who lost her father 50 years ago in Vietnam, and a son who discovered something about his father one Memorial Day.
StoryCorps 427: In the Stairwell
This is the story of a father's grief at losing his son to a policeman's bullet. It happened two decades before Ferguson or Baltimore, and long before smartphone videos. Nicholas Heyward Sr. came to StoryCorps to remember his son, Nicholas Jr., who...
StoryCorps 426: Mom
In this special Mother's Day episode, we hear from a single mother, two women who were sent to a home for unwed mothers in the '60s, and another mom, who shares how she dealt with her son coming out. Also: StoryCorps founder Dave Isay shares a story...
StoryCorps 425: Evolution
In the 1970s, Pastor David Ned was living in a rough neighborhood in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. At the time he was nicknamed "Brave Dave" and carried a gun for protection. In an interview with his friend, Darius C. Monroe, Ned remembered a time when he...
StoryCorps 424: April 19, 1995
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, we're featuring two interviews from survivors. Christopher Nguyen and PJ Allen are two of the only six children at the day care center in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building to...
StoryCorps 423: Sissy
There's an electrical power plant technology instructor at Wyoming's Casper College who stands out on campus. His name is Sissy Goodwin and he dresses in women's clothing. His wife, Vickie, didn't know he wore women's clothing when they met, but she's...
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